If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to: Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device); Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org    Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  You do not have to give your name.  You may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 

Stolen Tractor (2018/01/21)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is trying to identify who stole a farm tractor from a field in the Town of Knowlton.

 

On or about December 20, 2017 between 3:00 and 4:00 PM, three people went into a field on the southeast corner of Depot Road and State Road 34 and stole a red Farmall H tractor.  The three people who stole the tractor were using an older dark colored Chevrolet pick-up truck pulling a 20-30 foot gooseneck trailer and were pushing the Farmall tractor with a John Deere utility tractor.  The original tractor owner was going to have the tractor restored.

 

If you have information about who stole this tractor; or you have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
     

     
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Theft of Dog (2018/01/12)

On Saturday, December 30, 2017, between 1:00pm and 4:30pm, someone stole a dog from a yard on CTH H north of STH 29. The dog is described as a border collie/Australian Shepherd/Lab mix and is dark brown in color with a white spot on the chest.  The dog’s name is Chloe and she is about 2 ½ years old.

 

On Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 4am, Chloe’s owner said she looked outside and saw a dog in the yard, but it wasn’t hers. Around 6:30am, when she went outside to see if she could find the dog, her dog Chloe came running in the house. Chloe was missing her collar and her owner believes that whoever took her may have seen Crime Stoppers from the day before and got scared about committing a crime and returned her. Chloe’s owner said she hopes the other dog spotted in her yard made its way home too.

 

The person who took Chloe is still out there and needs to be held accountable. The person of interest is a white female with glasses, medium to heavy build, and believed to be in her 30’s. The female was operating what was described as a white medium size sport utility type vehicle.

If you have information about who stole this dog, or if you have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Theft of Rifles (2018/01/07)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is attempting to determine who stole two weapons from a residence in the Town of Mosinee. 

 

On December 19, 2017, the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department took a complaint of two long rifles being stolen from a residence in the 1700 block of Bluebird Lane in the Town of Mosinee.  One of the rifles was a Savage Pump Action 30-30 rifle with a scope and a camouflage sling.  This rifle may have had an engraving of a deer on the stock.  The other rifle was a 1970 Marlin Model 336 .35 caliber Centennial Edition rifle without a scope.  The guns were stolen sometime between November 24 and December 17, 2017. 

 

If you have information about who stole these firearms and the location of the weapons; or you have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

 



Theft from Vehicles (2017/12/28)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to find the person(s) responsible for breaking into several plumbing vehicles in the Village of Weston.

 

Sometime overnight between Thursday November 16th and Friday November 17th, 2017 someone cut the locks off of five PGA plumbing trucks and stole various sizes of copper tubing and a brand new red Predator generator Model 4000 from inside them while they were parked at the business on Zinser St. The loss is estimated at approximately $1110.

 

If you have information about this burglary and theft or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Missing Prisoner (2017/12/24)

STATUS: IN CUSTODY

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is attempting to locate a prisoner who was released from the Marathon County Jail with Huber privileges.

 

Scott R. Krueger was serving time in the Marathon County Jail for a variety of crimes to include sex offender registry violations.  Krueger was released on a pass on November 7, 2017 for childcare and to fill out a job application.  As of today, Krueger has not returned to the jail.

 

Krueger is 39 years old, is a white male, 5’08” tall, weighing 210 pounds and has brown hair and hazel eyes.  He has multiple tattoos to include a pitch fork on his right middle finger and interconnecting rings and praying hands above his left wrist

 

If you have information about Scott Krueger’s whereabouts or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Illegal Dumping (2017/12/15)

 

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to identify a male suspect for illegal dumping in the Town of Bevent. 

On Sunday, October 15, 2017 about 11:35am a white male driving a black 2015-2017 Ford F150 with chrome running boards, chrome mirrors, and chrome bumpers dumped a load of tires he was hauling in his black flatbed trailer with low rails at the Town Hall in Bevent. The white male suspect is described as having dark hair, a medium build and was wearing sunglasses, a dark colored sweatshirt with a design of the front, blue jeans and dark tennis shoes with white stripes on the sides. The cost of the cleanup will be about $500.

 

If you have information about the identity of this male or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may: 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

 



Criminal Damage to Vehicles in Rib Mountain (2017/12/10)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information to determine who criminally damaged some vehicles while they were parked at a business in the Town of Rib Mountain.

 

On or about November 30, 2017 up to December 5, 2017, someone drilled holes in the gas tanks of two vehicles while they were parked at a business in the 1100 block of Cloverland Lane in Rib Mountain.  The repairs to these cars cost the company about $1,000.00.

 

If you have information about who may have done this damage or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Vandalism in Wausau (2017/12/05)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to identify a male suspect vandalizing property in downtown Wausau.

 

Over the course of several days from Friday, October 20th thru Monday, October 23rd, 2107 over 40 signs and trash cans were vandalized in Wausau’s downtown area by a type of graffiti known as “tagging.” The labor and materials cost of clean-up was about $1250. A suspect was observed on video surveillance committing this crime. He is described as wearing a distinguishing pair of red sneakers, dark pants with tight cuffs at the ankles, black baseball hat, grey hoodie, brown jacket and glasses.

 

If you have information about the identity of this male or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Hit and Run to Power Pole (2017/11/26)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information to determine who struck a power pole guy wire in the Village of Maine.

 

At about 12:35 AM on November 22, 2017, a pick-up truck was traveling north in the 9900 block of County Road K when it left the roadway and struck a power pole guy wire on the west side of the roadway. The truck was described as a late 1990’s General Motors regular cab pick-up truck with an 8 foot box.  The truck was a dark color and had a lift kit and loud exhaust.  It was able to leave the area; going north and sparking.  As a result of the guy wire being hit, the top of the power pole was broke causing a power outage in the area and the pole had to be replaced.

 

If you have information about who may have done this damage or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Theft of Wallets and Identity Theft Continues (2017/11/17)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to identify the male and female who stole a wallet from a purse in the Township of Rib Mountain and made several fraudulent purchases that same day. On Friday October 20, 2017 at approximately 5pm, a female was shopping at JoAnn Fabrics when she was approached by a female who was asking her questions about items in the store. While the female victim was distracted it is believed an unknown male stole the victim’s wallet from her purse in the cart. The victim continued to shop for about 20 minutes not realizing her wallet, credit cards and other items were missing. Meanwhile, a male suspect was making purchases with the victims stolen credit cards at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Target, Younkers, and Victoria Secret. The male suspect had fraudulently purchased approximately $5600 worth of merchandise before the victim was able to cancel the credit cards. The male suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6ft tall, 230lbs, wearing glasses a black hat with a Porsche or Ferrari emblem, a gray shirt with long black sleeves with a black hood, and black pants. It is believed he had an Eastern European accent. The female suspect is described as being about 5’2, average build, longer brown hair, well dressed. The female had an accent as well. The suspect vehicle appears to be a grey 2015-2018 KIA Sedona minivan. On October 19, 2017 the male and female suspects stole an elderly female’s purse in Green Bay and made numerous charges on her credit/debit cards in the Green Bay and Fox Valley area along the I43 and I41 and HWY 29 corridors. They struck again in Wausau on 10/20/17 and in Eau Claire later that same day. The suspects likely stayed overnight in Eau Claire and then headed to the Twin Cities. They are believed to be involved in similar thefts in multiple states surrounding WI. If you have information about the identity or location of this male and female or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers. You may: • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device) • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777. All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
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Grafitti in Rothschild (2017/11/12)

STATUS: OPEN

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information to determine who has been spray painting graffiti in the Village of Rothschild.  .

 

Beginning in the evening of Friday, September 29, 2017 through the morning of Thursday, October 12, 2017, someone has been spray painting graffiti, first in the area of Military Road and Urban Street and then in the 300 block of Becker Street.  Almost all the graffiti had the letters “YRSK” in it and some included profanity; some of which was on a church property.  The second area of profanity included the same letters on Becker Street which also included profanity.  Buildings, pavement, trees, and recreational vehicles were damaged by this graffiti.  Pictures of some of the graffiti are included on the Marathon County Crime Stopper’s website under the Crime of the Week tab.

 

If you have information about who may have done this damage or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
    • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
    • All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    • Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.



Theft of Wallet and Identity Theft (2017/11/03)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to identify the male who stole a wallet in the Township of Rib Mountain and made several fraudulent purchases that same day.

 

On Friday October 20, 2017 at approximately 5pm, a female was shopping at JoAnn Fabrics when she was approached by a female who was asking her questions about items in the store. While the female victim was distracted it is believed an unknown male stole the victim’s wallet from her purse in the cart. The victim continued to shop for about 20 minutes not realizing her wallet, credit cards and other items were missing. Meanwhile, a male suspect was making purchases with the victims stolen credit cards at Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Target, Younkers, and Victoria Secret. The male suspect had fraudulently purchased approximately $5600 worth of merchandise before the victim was able to cancel the credit cards.

 

The male suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6ft tall, 230lbs, wearing glasses a black hat with a Porsche or Ferrari emblem, a gray shirt with long black sleeves with a black hood, and black pants.  It is believed he had an Eastern European accent. The female suspect is described as being about 5’2, average build, longer brown hair, well dressed. The female had an accent as well. The suspect vehicle appears to be a white minivan.

 

If you have information about identity of this male and female or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  •  
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  

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Gunshots Fired During an Argument (2017/10/29)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information on who was involved in an argument and shooting a firearm at a bar in the 800 block of South 3rd Avenue in the City of Wausau.

 

At about 1:30 AM on October 6, 2017, at least two males were involved in an argument at a bar.  The two males went outside and continued their argument and at least six gunshots were fired.  Both males fled the scene prior to law enforcement arrival and have not been identified.

 

If you have information about who may have been involved in this incident or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Burglary and Thefts in the Township of Harrison (2017/10/20)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to find the people who burglarized two residences in the Township of Harrison.

 

Sometime during the month of September, a residence located on Damitz Rd was broken into and several items were stolen from the home and property.  During the first week of October another residence and shed on Bear Lake Rd were broken into. The burglars kicked in doors and stole several items. Some of the items stolen include: a 1995 Polaris 6 wheel ATV, a 20 ton wood splitter, a Western Snow Plow, a pull behind lawn mower, two antique wood spoke wheels, two crossbows in cases, a Honda 2000 generator, a 42” Visio flat screen TV, a Bushnell rangefinder, six trail cameras, portable walkie talkies, a Craftsman radial arm saw and many other items.

 

If you have information about these burglaries or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Theft of Wallet in Weston (2017/10/13)

 

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information on who went into a vehicle during a DC Everest/Marshfield football game and stole a wallet.

 

On October 6, 2017, a group of people parked their white Chevrolet pick-up truck on Ferge Street north of Jelinek Avenue (to the east of Burger King) in the Village of Weston and went to watch the football game.  When the game finished, the people went back to their truck and found the truck was entered and a wallet was stolen.  Cash, credit cards, and identification cards were stolen.

 

If you have information about who may have committed this theft or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Armed Robbery to a Wausau Business (2017/10/06)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help to find an armed robbery suspect.

 

On Thursday, September 7, 2017, about 10:00 pm, a lone male entered the Family Dollar located at 2205 Grand Ave in the City of Wausau. The male displayed a black handgun and demanded money from two employees who were preparing to close the store for the day.

 

The male is described as being approximately 6 feet tall with a slender build. He was dressed in all dark clothing described as a black hooded sweat shirt, a green bandana with some black coloring over his face and blue rubber gloves. Fortunately there were no customers in the store and no employees were hurt. The robber fled on foot and has not been located.

 

If you have information about the identity of this person or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.
     


Burglary to a Business in Rothschild (2017/10/01)


Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information on who unlawfully entered a business in the 10000 block of Tesch Lane in the Village of Rothschild and stole money.

 

At around 1:20 AM on September 9, 2017, a man entered a floral business and forced his way into an office and stole more than $1,000.00.  The individual was wearing dark pants, a dark hooded sweatshirt, and a lighter colored shirt which stuck out from underneath his sweatshirt.  The person was captured on video appeared to be familiar with the business. 

 

If you have information about who may have committed this theft or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org

 

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Help Identify a Possible Child Predator (2017/09/22)

The Marathon County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the public’s assistance with identifying a suspect who attended the 2017 Motorama Antique Military Vehicle Show in Aniwa, Wisconsin on Saturday, August 12th.  The suspect is described as a white male with a “buzz cut” and receding hairline.  He is about 5’8’’-5’10’’ and about 180-190 pounds.  He did not have facial hair and had light brown eyes.  He was described as having chipped front teeth and a possible hearing loss. 

 

The man smoked Marlboro cigarettes, consumed energy drinks, and wore dark Adidas running pants and a military green colored t-shirt.  The shirt was adorned with the Jeep logo inverted so as to read “Beer”.   The man bragged about owning a Ferrari and a car dealership in Rockford, Illinois; however this has not been confirmed.  

 

We are asking anyone with photos of the event to examine them, as they may have inadvertently captured his image. 

 

If you have information about the identity of this person or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

         

 
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Robbery and Assault to Victim (2017/09/17)

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for information on who broke into a car; stole property, and assaulted the owner of the car in Town of Norrie

 

Between 3:00 and 3:30 AM on September 11, 2017, a female victim related she was awoken by someone trying to break into her car in the 4300 block of Hilltop Road.  The victim confronted a suspect who was wearing blue jeans and a black sweatshirt.  The suspect broke a door window on the victim’s car and stole victim’s purse which included her prescription medications, an ID card, and a cell phone.  The victim suffered a minor injuries in the attack. 

 

If you have information about who may have committed this theft or have information on any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

  • Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)
  • Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org
  • Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  
     
    All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.
    Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.


Residential Fire and Fireworks/Game Camera Theft (2017/09/08)

 

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for any information you may have regarding a residential fire and theft of property at an address in the Town of Easton.

 

On Saturday, August 26, 2017 at about 8:15 am, several Fire Department and Law Enforcement personnel responded to a residential fire on East Tower Rd. During the investigation of the fire, it was discovered there were several boxes of commercial fireworks stolen as well as several game cameras.

 

No one was home at the time of the fire and it was reported by a passerby. The home was not insured and is a total loss.

 

If you have information about this fire or theft or have information about any other crimes, please contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers.  You may:

 

·         Tap the App: P3 Tips (Search P3 Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your mobile device)

·         Type: Submit a tip on-line at www.marathoncountycrimestoppers.org

·         Talk: Call 1-877-409-8777.  

 

All messages are encrypted to ensure anonymity.

Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.



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